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kathyc

Member Since 25 Nov 2007
Offline Last Active Aug 06 2010 04:35 PM

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In Topic: Help: Adding A Safety Pin To "attach" A Photo (pse5)

04 February 2009 - 09:02 PM

Here you go:

http://scrapgirls.co...h...078&hl=burn


Thanks for the reference--tried it and it worked--need to tweak the opacity at little I think.


In the one person's comment about needing a firmer/straighter hand--I can give a great hint for that:

you shift-click at your starting point and then click on the ending point and poof--straight line between the two points--love it!

Thanks for all your quick help. Everyone is so nice to offer guidance! :)
~Kathy


I wasn't having luck with the burn and doge tool because the underneath pin area was going through a light and dark area on the photo so when I color dodged (even playing with the opacity) the light area glowed and the on the dark area it wasn't very visible--SO I tried "lighten" and then "darken" like using dodge and burn and I got better results.

Any tips on the burn and dodge opacity and size etc. would be appreciated especially since I seem to be dodge/burn challenged. :)
Thanks again,
~Kathy

In Topic: Help: Adding A Safety Pin To "attach" A Photo (pse5)

04 February 2009 - 06:07 PM

Here you go:

http://scrapgirls.co...h...078&hl=burn


Thanks for the reference--tried it and it worked--need to tweak the opacity at little I think.


In the one person's comment about needing a firmer/straighter hand--I can give a great hint for that:

you shift-click at your starting point and then click on the ending point and poof--straight line between the two points--love it!

Thanks for all your quick help. Everyone is so nice to offer guidance! :)
~Kathy

In Topic: How Do You Know For Certain If Your Papers, Elements Are 300 Dpi?

02 January 2009 - 04:59 PM

Thanks for all of your help! :D